The Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji are a collection of prints made by a Japanese artist known for his woodblock printing. Each of the designs shows the sacred Mount Fuji - either very visible or sometimes as a small detail in the background. The series is a landmark in Japanese woodblock printmaking of the 19th century. The most famous piece in the series is The Great Wave (not shown here) but as you can see from the three prints shown, there are many exquisite images in this collection.
Who is this Japanese artist obsessed with Mount Fuji?
Complete the Mystery Artist Form and return it to the art room before the end of the month.